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John Rhodes, M.D.

Undoing Ella's Suffering

September 23, 2022

“Not only did Ella have a hole in her heart but Dr. Rhodes found a flap that was leaking blood the wrong way,” says Erica. “It needed to be sealed.”

Shuttershock image of care team members performing robotic surgery

Embracing New Technologies

September 20, 2022

Women physicians nationwide and at MUSC Health are helping to shape the future of medicine.

Patient and doctor reviewing information on a portable tablet device.

Ovarian Cancer Checkup

September 20, 2022

Dr. Tiffany Boyd discusses ovarian cancer and offers checkup advice to women.

Dr. Tim Horgan

Halloween Safety Tips

September 20, 2022

Pediatrician Tim Horgan, D.O., at MUSC Children's Health Primary Care at Summey Medical Pavilion, offers tips for keeping trick-or-treaters safe this season.

American Orthopaedic Association 2022-2023 Own the Bone

Own The Bone 2023

September 20, 2022

MUSC Health is proud to announce that it has received 2023 Star Performer recognition from The American Orthopaedic Association’s (AOA) Own the Bone® program.

Kevin Nasky, D.O.

Mental Health Care

September 20, 2022

Dr. Kevin Nasky explains how his team addresses serious mental health concerns in older adults and offers guidance to caregivers.

MUSC Health living donor Jennifer McGuire and transplant recipient Travis Snell hold up shirts that say "Kidney Buddies".

Good Samaritan

September 20, 2022

Student donates kidney after reading “It was best thing I’ve ever done."

Hand holding an icepack on a knee

Ice on Acute Injuries

September 19, 2022

MUSC Health Sports Medicine Athletic Trainer, Dakota Thompson discusses the efficacy of treating acute injuries with ice.

Exterior of medical building at dusk

Columbia Program Certified

September 16, 2022

MUSC Health Columbia Medical Center announces certification of its Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program by the AACVPR.

Senior man is drinking water after exercising.

Heat, Humidity, and Hydration

September 13, 2022

If our bodies are unable to cool down through sweating and other physiological responses, we can suffer a progression of increasingly menacing heat illnesses.

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